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INDEX

Sobieski, John, king of Poland, 1*346

Solkonski, prince, i. 136

Soreze, college of, near Carcassonne^

i. 49

Sorrento, plain of, i. 308
Spa, visit to, i. 370
Spain,   Mr.    Henry   Swinburne's

journey through, i. 63-116
Spas and mineral waters: of Bag-

neres, i. 53; at Sciacca, in Sicily,

188; Wilhelmstadt, 366
Spence, Mr., i. 149, 150
Spencer, earl, ii. 144
Spezzia, gulf of, description, i 256,

?57

Spinelli, cardinal, i. 226
Spoleto, town and castle of, L 2421

the Porta Fuga, 243; aqueduct

of, 242; convents and hermitages

near, 243
Ste. Croix, island of, ii. 298, 300,

301; town of Christianstadt, 298
St. Cyr, convent, &c., of, ii. 226
St.   Domingo,   expedition   under

general Leclerc to, ii. 303
St. Foix, his surmise of who was the

"Masque de Fer," L 170 n.; ii.

171,188
St. Ildephonso, a convent of Hiero-

nymites, i. 91; St. Ildephonso,

glass manufactory at, i 103; palace

of, 114
St. Lambert, marquis de, " Les Sai-

sons" by, ii. 188
St. Paternion, village of, L 325
St Priest, count de, ii. 19
St. Sauveur, general de, ii. 213
St. Thomas, island of, restored to

the Danes, ii. 302
St. Veit, in Carinthia, I 326
Staal, baron de, Swedish minister

at Paris, ii. 9

Stael Holstein, baronne de, ii. 45
Stanley, Mr., L 137
Starhemberg, prince, 5. 371, 372
Statues,   and   sculpture,   ancient,

i 119, 214, 234
Staunton, Sir George, Bart., M.P.,

11.96
Stigliano,   prince   of,  viceroy   of

Sicily, i. 142, 182

------princess of, L 142, 182

Stormont, lord, ambassador to Louis

XV., i 8; his negotiations, 376,

379
Stratford coffee-house, Oxford Street,

company at the, ii. 95

Strathmore, lord, ii. 88, 89
Stuart, Mr., editor of the "English

Review," &c., ii. I
Styria, tour in, i. 323, 327
Sutton, Mr., inoculator, i. 18, 19
Swinburne, Mr. Henry: his journey
through Spain, i. 63-116,121,283,
387; poetry by, 66; his tour in
Sicily, 179-196; his drawings and
illustrations for his "Travels," 78,
117, 211, 217; his account of his
children, 103,203, 205; ii. 96,99,
129; his loss of a son at Rome,
i. 222; his sister Anne a nun of
Montargis, ii. 99; his entertaining
anecdotes while residing in Lon-
don and in England, i. 379-397;
ii. i, 61-68, 258, c.; his West
India property, i. 384; his mission
to the Directory of France for the
exchange of prisoners, ii. 100,118,
129,144,179; his success therein,
185, 188, 204, 234, 243; affair of
Major Hull, 242 (see Sir William
S. Smith, 107, &c.); our author
returns to England from Paris,
253; death of his son, Mr. Henry
Swinburne, 273; tour through
England, 284; his letters on
English political affairs, 287, &c.;
accepts the place of vendu-master
in Trinidad, and sails for the West
Indies, 288, &c.; his letters from
the West Indies, 295-3351 his
death, 333 n.

------Mrs., accompanies Mr. Henry

Swinburne to many of the foreign
courts, i. 60-77,125,141,178,205,
209,223, 230,250, 310, 341, 358;
ii. 15, 18, 49; her letters to Mr.
Swinburne relative to their son
Henry, and description of the
Revolution, ii. 68, 69; her return
to England, 79, 82

------Mr. Robert, ii. 286

------Mr. Henry, ii. 273, &c.

------Sir Edward, family of, L 49

ii. 84

------Isabella, lady, L 49 n.; ii. 85

Syracuse, population of ancient, L

191 n. 5 description of the modern
a    town, 192; of the ancient vestiges,

192 j the catacombs of, 193

TAGTJS, river, i. 99, no
Talaru, madame de, ii 129, 218,
247